Watch Now France vs Australia Pet Sematary (2019)- Official Trailer- Paramount Pictures


Sometimes dead is better. Watch the official trailer for #PetSematary, based on Stephen King’s terrifying novel. In theatres April 5, 2019.

Based on the seminal horror novel by Stephen King, (#StephenKing) #PetSematary follows Dr. Louis Creed (Jason Clarke), who, after relocating with his wife Rachel (Amy Seimetz) and their two young children from Boston to rural Maine, discovers a mysterious burial ground hidden deep in the woods near the family’s new home. When tragedy strikes, Louis turns to his unusual neighbor, Jud Crandall (#JohnLithgow), setting off a perilous chain reaction that unleashes an unfathomable evil with horrific consequences.

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62 thoughts on “Watch Now France vs Australia Pet Sematary (2019)- Official Trailer- Paramount Pictures”

  1. hey paramount, why not try hire people that can use their own minds and stop making shit remakes of every horror classic on the planet?!? no originality at all, give us something NEW instead of recycled ideas.

  2. They shouldn’t have changed the original cat’s image. Some things are better left untouched. Hissssssss at the new movie, lol!! Long live the original grumpy cat CHURCH!! 🐱⛪

  3. Why doesn’t Paramount just remake every flipping film in it’s back catalouge. I’m still waiting for a shot for shot remake of Chinatown, just updated to a more modern setting of L.A. in 2020.

  4. Lots of banal elements on display here. That godawful generic reverby piano at the start, the jumpy frame rate scenes, the silly truck blasting by as if no one would hear it coming.

  5. I have never read a horror book in my life, but this one interests me. I am a book before movie person. How scary is this book? It is worth it?

  6. Ok I’ve never read any Stephen King books but did this man forget how to spell Cemetery?

    Edit: Nevermind fam I Googled it

  7. For the love of write something original and stop remaking shit, it’s bad enough a lot of movies are different versions of the same old plot lines anyway

  8. I’m a teenager who has seen the original and even I feel like saying that these new kids dunno crap about it or the book. All of the foreshadowing gave me shivers. The semi truck most of all…. 😓💀

  9. I wish people from hollywood could create their own horror story instead of recreating the same movie over and over again.

  10. Jason Clarke and John Lithgow will save this film. The trailer has some creep factor in there so this might be interesting.

  11. y тнe нell woυld тнey reмaĸe ιт. тнe ғιrѕт тwo were claѕѕιc ι wonт waтcн тнιѕ one.

  12. I mean IT came out to be an enjoyable beautifully directed horror movie that’s “not as good as the original” but turned out to be one of the more fun movies to come out last year.

  13. Honestly, I think they should give bad Steven King movies a reboot like Maximum Overdrive, Sleepwalkers, or the one with the S#%@ Weasels. Even if they are hilariously bad.

  14. The writing?! Wtf is up with the writing?! “The ground is bad” vs “The soil of a man’s heart is stonier”. THE GROUND IS BAD? That’s just the most egregious example, and there are plenty. This movie was fine as it was, should have done something else or something NEW.

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